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Torshavn Ferry port benefits from an advantageous position in the North Atlantic, midway between Norway, Iceland and the UK, making the port the ideal place for stopovers between the Shetland Islands and Iceland or Norway. Ferries from Torshavn in the Faroe Islands sail to Bergen in Norway, Hanstholm in Denmark and Scrabster in North of Scotland. The routes are operated by Smyril Line ferries, and you can find the best route for you using the simple booking form from AFerry.
When available, AFerry displays Torshavn ferry times, as well as the best deals.
Ferries to and from Torshavn
For Torshavn Ferries check-in starts 1 ½ hour before departure. Latest check-in time is 1 hour before departure. Smyril Line does not allow pets onboard their ships.
Facilities onboard Smyril Line ferries include a swimming pool, fitness centre with sunbeds and sauna, playroom for children, shops and restaurants to ensure you of a comfortable crossing.
Smyril Line offers great deals and promotions on Torshavn ferry crossings, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerryco.uk.
Torshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands. Tórshavn is a very charming city with small narrow streets and beautiful old houses in the center. Torshavn also offers first class shopping facilities, which are tax-free for tourists.
The Faroe Islands' terrain is rugged and rocky with beautiful scenery all around. The Faroe Islands are renowned for their endless possibilities of hiking, cycling, bird watching, diving, fishing and much more.
Torshavn port facilities
Torshavn Ferry Port Terminal Facilities include public phones. Car parking is located at the Torshavn port terminal with long-term parking available. 400 metres located from the port you will find the nearest tourist information. A bank is available within a five-minute walk of the port, as is a selection of shops in the town centre, several hotels, restaurants and snack bars.
Getting to Torshavn
The Faroe islands have a good network of roads, with tunnels passing through mountains and connecting some of the islands.
Public transport is well organized in the Faroe Islands. The Transport Network consists of interconnecting buses and ferries plus a helicopter service. Taxis can be ordered at any time to be available on the port at ferries arrivals. Buses are linked to scheduled arrivals and departures and drive onto the ferry.